11.30AM: After four Malaysians were killed in the bombing, the country's Association of Tour and Travel Agents said it expects Bangkok to bounce back and was not expecting people to stop travelling to Thailand.
10.35AM: Thai authorities said they were looking for accomplices of the chief suspect for the Bangkok shrine bomb blast that killed 22 people, a man who was captured on closed-circuit television dumping a backpack and walking away.
"We are also looking for other suspects in connection with the blast. These types of attacks are not usually planned by one person alone," said national police spokesman Prawut Thawornsiri. Read the full story here.
10AM: The Erawan Shrine has re-opened to the public.
9.30AM: Thai police are looking into links between Monday's Blast at the Erawan Shrine and Tuesday's explosion at the Sathorn Pier, says Channel NewsAsia's Arglit Boonyai.